Leah-Sofie is a wooden boat built in Denmark in mahogany timber with spruce mast (all varnished), and has sailed the waters around Denmark, Sweden, Faeroe Islands and Germany. In 1988 she was shipped out to Sydney and later sailed down to Tasmania where she has been since, sailing the beautiful waters there.
She is very well maintained, and had new teak-deck put on in 2001.
In 2013 she had new stainless steel rig and furler for the genoa, and in 2014 she had a new Volvo Penta 28 HP, 3 cylinder motor with 3 blade propeller put in.
There are 2 beds + 1 double bed. Toilet with Porta Potty. Gas stove with oven and stainless steel gas bottles. She has 2 main sails, 2 furling genoas, and 1 spinnaker. And there is a 55 liter diesel tank, and two 30 liter water tanks.
There is VHF radio, AM/FM radio, new depth sounder and transducer, automatic el-bilge-pump and Epirb, solar panel + 2 new batteries, and it also comes with a 6 person Viking life-raft. There is a davit at the back for a dinghy.
Leah-Sofie has won many races in Denmark and Sydney, but she has not raced seriously in Tasmania.
Reluctant sale as she has been in current owner's hands since 1987.
Hobart Region Lymington TAS
Lauritzen, Cophenhagen, Denmark
32' 0" - 9.76m
Timber Varnished mahogany
2 x 30 liter
Gas stove with oven - 2 stainless steel gas-bottles
One 6 person Viking life raft
3 fire extinguishers
2 main sails, 2 rolling Genoas, 1 spinnaker
Mast / Rigging
2 halyard winches on mast, 4 Andersen 2 speed winches in cockpit